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Now that the Wii U is out, the Wii is pretty much dead. Only a few shovelware titles are still being released but on the upside, no new updates mean no new nasty antipiracy measures, so now is the time to start modding.

Also, on June 28, 2013, Nintendo has shut down online services for many of the channels on the home menu. These channels are the Forecast Channel, News Channel, Everybody Votes Channel, Nintendo Channel, and the Check Mii Out Channel. WiiConnect24 services were also shut down this day, so keep this in mind if a game you are thinking of playing uses this. Additionally, on May 20, 2014, Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection was shut down, essentially disabling on-line multiplayer on the Wii and DS for first party titles. The Wii Shop Channel (including Virtual Console) still exists for the moment tho, so grab what you want while you can.

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(Note that all games are exclusive to Wii unless stated otherwise)

A number of WiiWare demos are now re-available to try before you buy. This seems to be a gradual revision, as Europe and other regions are still limited to 2 demos currently. Whether it stays or not is yet to be seen.

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PAYAN FOR ROMS. There are homebrew emulators that work well. Don't consider buying one until you've tried the game on the homebrew emulators, since you're getting scammed otherwise. The VC offers plenty of classic games to play. In addition, Wii remotes are much more convenient than tripping over wires. Many of the virtual console titles are worth buying just for superior controls and the assured quality that you sometimes can't find with emulation. Well, given that we have numerous games on the VC listed in our wiki, you should check our respective sections. However, there are some that may not be available in your region or on the service in general. To double check this, check HERE if you have an American Wii, HERE if you have a European Wii, and I guess HERE if you have a Japanese Wii for some reason. Most of the Hanabi Festival games are translated but some have better fan translations on 'romhacking.net', plus they cost 100 Wii points more than normal games so be very careful before purchase.